I was first introduced to yoga by my father when I was 13 years old. I have suffered from severe asthma for the majority of my life, and I rarely was able to exercise as a child.

My father thought yoga would be a good way for me to find a type of exercise that I could do, and improve balance which later helped me in my cheerleading, karate, and dancing. Yoga gave me strength, balance, and a true sense of control in my breath, which had been foreign to me before that time. When my father passed suddenly in March of 2013, I felt drawn to yoga more than I ever had before. Yoga became so much more to me than just exercise, it became a passion.

I discovered Jane’s House in January of 2015. The community I found at Jane’s was infectious, to say the least. I was so enthralled by the practice at Jane’s; I decided to enter the 200hr Teacher Training Program to have a better understanding of my practice. The experience I have had in the program has been life changing in body, mind, and spirit. I see my true self at Jane’s House; I hope to see you too! Come practice, laugh and play!